Let's just say it — the newly announced 2018 Grammy Awards performers are ready to get the party started.

P!nk, Lady Gaga and Childish Gambino are some of the most anticipated acts that'll take the stage as part of the show's 60th broadcast, according to a statement from CBS released Thursday morning (January 4). Country mainstays Little Big Town will also deliver a set, and Broadway legend Patti Lupone will take the stage to resurrect her 1981 performance of “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” from Evita, while Broadway newcomer and first-time Grammy nominee Ben Platt will sing a West Side Story tune to honor Andrew Lloyd Webber and Leonard Bernstein.

While Gaga, P!nk, Little Big Town and Lupone have performed at The Grammys previously (Gaga as recently as the 2017 show, as part of a collaboration with Metallica) this will mark Childish Gambino's and Platt's first time taking the stage.

James Corden will host the 60th annual show, which will air live from Madison Square Garden in New York Sunday, January 28. It'll be the first show to broadcast from New York City in 15 years.

Childish Gambino is one of the year's most-nominated acts with five nominations, Gaga and Little Big Town both have two and P!nk and Platt have one — Platt's Tony-winning role in Dear Evan Hansen earned him a spot among Best Musical Theater Album nominees.

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